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  1. dsalsa

    Unsupported CPU

    Will High Sierra work?
  2. dsalsa

    Unsupported CPU

    Thanks for the reply even though it was not what I was hopping to hear. Unfortunately my computer is a Sony vaio all in one which means I can't change the graphics card. Installed Operating Systems: Sierra 10.12.6 - Windows 10 CPU: Intel® Core™ i3-2310M Motherboard: Sony VAIO RAM: 8 GB DDR3 Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 3000 HDD: 500 GB and 320 GB WIFI: Atheros/Qualcomm AR9285 802.11b/g Wireless Network AdapterLAN:RealTek Semiconductor RTL8168/8111 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC Sound: Realtek ALC889 Other: Bluetooth - Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Bootloader: Clover
  3. dsalsa

    Unsupported CPU

    Sorry about that Installed Operating Systems: Sierra 10.12.6 - Windows 10CPU: Intel® Core™ i3-2310M Motherboard: Sony VAIO RAM: 8 GB DDR3 Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 3000 HDD: 500 GB and 320 GB WiFi: Atheros/Qualcomm AR9285 802.11b/g Wireless Network AdapterLAN:RealTek Semiconductor RTL8168/8111 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC Sound: RealTek ALC889Other: Bluetooth - Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Bootloader: Clover
  4. dsalsa

    Unsupported CPU

    Unsupported CPU Unsupported CPU Unsupported PCH Kext stall[0], (240s): "AppleACPICPU', 'pci8086,104' Kext stall[1], (240s): "AppleACPICPU', 'pci8086,104' Kext stall[2], (240s): "AppleACPICPU', 'pci8086,104' Then gray screen with mouse which I can move Even though I got this message at the installation I eventually got the installation window and was able to install it. This message is now after a successful installation and a reboot
  5. dsalsa

    Black screen when I use -v

    Tried another method I found which is specifically for VAIO which is what I've got got but it didn't quite work. For the first time except for the iAtkos I got my machine to boot from the USB I created. Attached are the first screen when I boot and the second is when I trie to continue Sorry about the reflection on the second photo, hope you can see enough of it by the way that was using Clover
  6. dsalsa

    Black screen when I use -v

    I have tried Clover as well. Here is the thing I have not been able to even try installing Sierra on my Machine. All the methods I've tried won't boot. The only ones that boot and install successfully are iAtlos 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and iAtkos 10.8 (Mountain Lion). Even though those 2 iAtkos installers installed successfully I was not able to boot any of them after the successful installation. The fact that those two installations won't boot, I don't really care. My goal is to install Sierra
  7. dsalsa

    Black screen when I use -v

    I've tried installing 10.12 Sierra using Chameleon, Pandora's Box, Enoch. None seem to work, I can't even get to the install point. I don't think I'm even booting of the stick I'm booting of the boot loader that the iAtkos ML installed when I installed it. Sony VPCL222FX Motherboard: Sony VAIO; CPU: Intel® Core™ i3-2310M CPU @ 2.10GHz; GPU: Intel HD Graphics 3000; Memory: 4 GB DDR3 SDRAM; Drives: SATA 3 Gb/s 500 GB, ATAPI DVD RAM; Wireless keyboard and mouse, Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64bit
  8. dsalsa

    Black screen when I use -v

    I tried the GraphicsEnabler boot flag but that didn't work. The boot loader I'm using is Chameleon. The installer was iAtkos Sony VPCL222FX Motherboard: Sony VAIO; CPU: Intel® Core™ i3-2310M CPU @ 2.10GHz; GPU: Intel HD Graphics 3000; Memory: 4 GB DDR3 SDRAM; Drives: SATA 3 Gb/s 500 GB, ATAPI DVD RAM; Wireless keyboard and mouse, Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64bit
  9. Any idea of what is going on here. If I boot my Mountain Lion without the verbose mode (-v) all I get is the apple If I use -v to see what is going on, my screen goes blank (black). Have never got the Mountain Lion to boot since I installed it. Sony VPCL222FX Motherboard: Sony VAIO; CPU: Intel® Core™ i3-2310M CPU @ 2.10GHz; GPU: Intel HD Graphics 3000; Memory: 4 GB DDR3 SDRAM; Drives: SATA 3 Gb/s 500 GB, ATAPI DVD RAM; Wireless keyboard and mouse, Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64bit
  10. dsalsa

    Can't find mach_kernel

    Ok for starters I'm not using a trackpad, I'm using a standard wireless Sony mouse. On the keyboard I'm not using a ALPS PS2 controller, I'm using a Standard wireless Sony PS/2 keyboard on a Sony VAIO VPCL222FX All in One. As I said before the next things you are telling me to do (patch your USB controllers, i.e. rename all instances of EHCx in DSDT to EH0x + use a USB injector kext) are beyond my knowledge.
  11. dsalsa

    Can't find mach_kernel

    ok, I added the AICPUPM patch folder with the extension .kext and got the same results
  12. dsalsa

    Can't find mach_kernel

    There is no AICPUPM kext. When you download the AICPUPM patch it's zipped. Once you unzip it it's a folder with files and folders, no AICPUPM kext is in any if the fodders. I looked in all the folders and there are no kext anywhere around. The next things you are telling me to do (patch your USB controllers, i.e. rename all instances of EHCx in DSDT to EH0x + use a USB injector kext) are beyond my knowledge.
  13. dsalsa

    Can't find mach_kernel

    Ok i've added the AICPUPM kext in /System/Library/Extensions Well let me make a correction there the AICPUPM patch is not a kext. When you unzip it it's a Contents forder with 2 plist files and 3 folders no kext anywherre around. One thing I did was unzip the E6220_i5-2520M_HD3000_Sie-Pack.zip, when I checked my Extra folder I noticed I had forgot to unzip the file when I put it in the Extra folder. Attached is a .mov of what I get now when I try to boot of my stick with the -f -v boot flags. Sorry .mov to large will attach a pic of the last screen ACPI Execption: AE_TIME, Returned by Handler for [/embeddedControl ] (20140826/evregion-178) ACPI Error: Method parse/execution failed ... (repeats this 4 times slightly different) Still waiting for root device and that keeps repeating and repeating
  14. dsalsa

    Can't find mach_kernel

    Followed your guides and I'm still getting the System uptime in nanoseconds error using the -v and -f boot flags. Sony VPCL222FX Motherboard: Sony VAIO; CPU: Intel® Core™ i3-2310M CPU @ 2.10GHz; GPU: Intel HD Graphics 3000; Memory: 4 GB DDR3 SDRAM; Drives: SATA 3 Gb/s 500 GB, ATAPI DVD RAM; Wireless keyboard and mouse, Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64bit
  15. dsalsa

    Can't find mach_kernel

    There is a possibility that what might I have made my USB bootable is not Enoch but the fact that I formated it MBR oppose to GUID. Still waiting for a guide to how to build a Sierra installer. Right now when I boot from my stick without any boot flags I get "System uptime in nanoseconds: 1436549619" Sony VPCL222FX Motherboard: Sony VAIO; CPU: Intel® Core™ i3-2310M CPU @ 2.10GHz; GPU: Intel HD Graphics 3000; Memory: 4 GB DDR3 SDRAM; Drives: SATA 3 Gb/s 500 GB, ATAPI DVD RAM; Wireless keyboard and mouse, Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64bit
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